Monday, 7 March 2016


The foxtrot is a smooth, progressive dance characterized by long, continuous flowing movements across the dance floor. It is danced to big band ( usually vocal ) music.
Developed in the 1910s, the foxtrot reached its height of popularity in the 1930s, and remains practiced today.
The dance was premiered in 1914, quickly catching the eye of the husband and wife duo Vernon and Irene Castle, who lent the dance its signature grace and style.
Over time, the foxtrot split into slow and quick versions, referred to as "foxtrot "
and "quickstep" respectively.

Research, Presentation
Katerina Andrelou 

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